Online Application - FAU High School

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Thank you for visiting the FAU High School online application. On this page you will find a few instructions to get you started with the application.

Before beginning the application, we ask that you read our Requirements & Policies.

Welcome to the 2018-2019 FAU High School Application

Before initiating the online application for admission to Florida Atlantic University High School, visit our website at for a detailed explanation of the process and criteria to be admitted into the FAU High School program. Select incoming freshmen ( or transfer students ( to access the the admissions requirements. Please gather all pertinent documentation for reference. The application requires self-reporting of student academic data in addition to family demographic and income information. The entire application must be completed in full in order to submit your application.

Please gather the following information and supporting documents before proceeding with the online application:                                                    ~ Family Income Range                                                                                                                                                                                                      ~ Individualized Education Plan (IEP)/504 - consult with the applicant’s public school                                                                                                    ~ 2016-2017 Report Card                                                                                                                                                                                                            ~ 2017-2018 Most Recent Progress Report/Report Card (grades from Quarter 1 at least must be entered if applying for Early Round)                          ~ School-Based Standardized Test Scores (does not apply to those who are home-schooled, attend a private institution, or moved from outside the U.S.): Algebra I EOC, Geometry EOC (if applicable), Algebra 2 EOC (if applicable), FSA Math (for applicants who are currently taking Algebra I) & ELA (English Language Arts) Achievement Levels from Grades 7-10 (Grades 9-10 if applicable), 8th Grade FCAT Science (if applicable)                    ~ Accuplacer Test Score Report: Four (4) Subtests of Classic Version – Reading Comprehension, Sentence Skills, Elementary Algebra, WritePlacer and/or Four (4) Subtests of Next Generation Version – Reading, Writing, Quantitative Reasoning, Algebra, and Statistics (QAS), WritePlacer              ~ SAT/ACT Score Report (optional) - cannot be used in place of the Accuplacer/Writeplacer unless from out-of-state                                      ~ Applicant's Résumé (list of extracurricular activities, awards, and research areas of interest)                                                                                             ~ Applicant's Personal Statement  (minimum of 1-2 pages: explanation of why the applicant wants to attend FAU High instead of another school)    ~ Applicant’s Discipline Record (if applicable)                                                                                                                                                                                    ~  E-mail addresses for electronic recommendation forms within the online application (minimum of 2 core subject teacher recommendations and one from the principal or guidance counselor) - paper forms via mail or attachments via email are no longer accepted                            

~ The application can be completed and saved, but not submitted prior to the applicant taking the AccuPlacer and WritePlacer. It can be revised after submission by logging in and clicking on the FAU High link or the edit button next to this link on the dashboard. Select the appropriate section on the left that needs to be edited.
~ Each recommendation form is composed of different questions. Please make sure to send the corresponding form based on the role of each selected individual and enter the names and emails of the teachers and principal/guidance counselor correctly on the recommendation request pages. The site to the recommendation form along with a password will be sent to the provided emails immediately. Please advise the chosen individuals to check both their inbox and spam to verify that they received an email from 
~ A.D. Henderson applicants only need to upload their progress report/report card. A screenshot from FOCUS will suffice if a paper copy is not available. A transcript is not necessary.
~ For home-schooled students, a record of the grades needs to be provided and crafted by the individuals who instruct the student. We recommend that the student create a portfolio with their coursework.
Contact the FAU High School Help Desk at if you need further assistance.                        

NOTE If the applicant previously applied to A.D. Henderson or FAU High School, the same log-in credentials must be used to add an FAU High School application for the next school year. Otherwise an error will be displayed stating that the applicant has an existing application when attempting to create another account.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: Regular Round - February 1st

Priority is given to those who complete and submit the application on time with all supporting documentation. 
                             The application is available until June 1st, however there is no guarantee applications submitted after the February 1st deadline will be considered.

The application can be submitted without the recommendations being completed.
The status of each recommendation is viewable when logged in.

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